Villager Names Mod for Minecraft 1.19.3, 1.19.2, 1.19.1 and 1.19

Villager Names Mod for Minecraft 1.19.3, 1.19.2, 1.19.1 and 1.19, adds names to villagers, something that will improve the game experience. In fact, it will be able to act both with the villagers already generated, as well as with the new ones.

Villagers will be able to acquire more than 5,000 different names, a list that will be updated version after version, and of course, will be full of realistic names. In addition, this name will also be next to the villager’s profession.

Villager Names not only adds random text to the villagers’ heads, since their names will be present on their inventories as well as on the outside. By default, more than 5,000 names are available, but it will also be possible to make use of other modifications.

Below you can check how to update the list of names, but basically, with its single installation all the villagers in the games will be baptized with a new name. Of course, this will be perfectly compatible with any mod that adds villagers, always based on the default ones.

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More information about the main features of Villager Names

As is logical, the objective of Villager Names is none other than to improve the game experience, in particular, that related to the interaction of players with villagers. It has a list of commands that will be very useful to further customize the game, which you can consult in the following points.

  • _useCustomNames (default = true). To use the list of custom names. It can be edited through the address “./config/villagernames/customnames.txt”.
  • _useFemaleNames (default = true). You will use only the list of female names.
  • _useMaleNames (default = true). You will use only the list of male names.
  • _nameModdedVillagers (default = true). Name the villagers added by other mods.

Creator of Villager Names: Serilum.

How to download and install Villager Names?

  1. Download Forge for the desired version.
  2. Download Villager Names and Collective for the same version.
  3. Install Forge and open Minecraft with the previously downloaded version of Forge.
  4. Close Minecraft and open the search bar.
  5. Type %appdata% and open the folder named “.minecraft”.
  6. Inside it, create the “mods” folder.
  7. Insert Villager Names and Collective in the folder created earlier.
  8. Run the Minecraft launcher and select the version of Forge installed.

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